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For many people, the holidays are time of year to give thanks for the things we each have, and to give to those less fortunate.
For more than a century, Boys and Girls Clubs in communities across our nation have helped young people discover, develop and achieve.
As a proud mother and grandmother, I cannot express the love, joy and fulfilment that children bring to my family.
The red poppy is an enduring symbol of collective remembrance that Canadians wear with great pride.
The most important safety feature on your car or truck are the tires.
October is Foster Family Month in B.C., a time to honour the tremendous contributions foster families make.
Literacy is fundamental for people to cultivate opportunities, develop confidence, and increase productivity.
Winter is still a few months away, but the anticipation and excitement of the upcoming 2015 Canada Winter Games is growing every day.
Summer has flown by and you can already feel a noticeable chill in the air.
Anyone who is in 4-H, or has been involved in the past knows this pledge by heart.
Early in the morning on Monday August 4, a terrible and tragic incident occurred at the Mt. Polley Mine site.
Authorities issue evacuation alerts and orders to protect you and your family.
Going to the gas station and filling up definitely isn’t one of our favourite experience.
Can you feel the excitement building in the air? It's time for the Williams Lake Stampede.
Williams Lake is a great community. From the people, the beautiful scenery and the tight-knit nature of our town.
May is Vision Health Month. Your eyes are one of the most important organs in your body.
On May 3, the whole community will come together to celebrate 85 wonderful years of our beautiful city!
Weeks into spring and already the threat of forest and grassland wildfires has risen considerably.
Here in the Cariboo-Chilcotin we are proud of our ranching and cowboy heritage.
It always makes me feel good to see great volunteers from the Cariboo-Chilcotin work together in building a stronger and vibrant community.